The Power of PRESENCE
Friday, May 31, 2013 at 9:00 AM - Saturday, June 1, 2013 at 5:00 PM (PDT)
Nonverbal Intelligence Seminar
THE POWER OF PRESENCE:
Nonverbal Intelligence at Trial
May 31 - June 1 2013
Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront
Do you wish you could:
- Be more confident in the courtroom?
- Be your real self during trial instead of worrying about all the do's and don'ts?
- Not feel awkward and nervous?
- Present yourself credibly, so that people sit up and listen when you speak?
- Get jurors talking easily and freely during voir dire?
- Know that you are making a difference?
To be successful in the courtroom, you MUST show up. Nothing communicates confidence, sincerity and credibility like authenticity. The BEST attorneys in the field are comfortable in their own skin. In this two-day seminar, learn how to take your communication to the next level. Discover the Power of Presence: Communicate YOU.
Join Sari de la Motte May 31st - June 1st and learn how to increase your presence by increasing your nonverbal intelligence.
Why “nonverbal intelligence” is essential for trial attorneys.
- How to use your primary communication style to best advantage in the courtroom.
- Why "authenticity" is meaningless without nonverbal intelligence.
- What body language, voice tone, and eye contact really tell you about jurors, judges, and opposing counsel.
- What body language CAN’T tell you—don’t be fooled!
- Why persuading can backfire, but "teaching" gains you credibility and trust.
- How to gain credibility and increase trust by accepting the role of “teacher” in the courtroom.
- Which communication mistakes you MUST avoid at all costs.
- Concrete presentation skills that will increase your presence in the courtroom.
- How to turn “attacks” against you as opportunities to shine.
- How to detach from the outcome so you can communicate with purpose, presence, and POWER.
What: THE POWER OF PRESENCE: Nonverbal Intelligence at Trial
Where: Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront, Portland, Oregon
When: Friday, May 31 - Saturday, June 1 2013
Time: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (continental breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m.)
What can you expect when you attend?
- An intense, interactive, high-tempo learning experience. Come only if you're ready to get real.
- Specific nonverbal skills that will dramatically improve your ability to connect with jurors, get your message across, and increase courtroom leadership.
- "Real-life" situations to problem solve in groups and with Sari; no theory here: everything we cover applies to what you do in court every day.
- Concrete, practical skills you can implement immediately.
- Seminar workbook to follow along and to use as reference later.
About your presenter:
Sari de la Motte has been called "the attorney whisperer." A sought-after keynote speaker and seminar leader, she has assisted legal teams in high profile cases throughout the United States, working one-on-one with attorneys to hone their messages and communicate with jurors, judges and opposing counsel. She's a featured columnist for Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyer's Magazine, Oregon Defense Attorney, and has provided CLEs for the Oregon State Bar and Lewis and Clark Law School and various state association of justices around the country. She has also been a featured speaker for the Inner Circle of Advocates. She has been interviewed on TV, radio and in print, including The Atlantic, Huffington Post, The Oregonian, Willamette Week and others. Due to her busy trial schedule she offers seminars that are open to the public only once or twice a year, so don't miss this opportunity to see Sari live!
What attorneys are saying about Sari:
"Law school teaches lawyers to think, but not communicate. Sari teaches you to communicate. She is fantastic at helping you simplify and deliver your message in a manner that is authentic, understandable and comfortable for both you and your audience."
"Sari de la Motte taught me to re-think my prior concepts about body language. At one point during an opening statement, I stood before the jury in a different place from where I had been, and it felt very awkward. I wanted to yell out “Dadgum it, Sari! Just exactly WHAT should I be doing right now??”
Sari showed me that what we think we see in someone’s face or the way they hold their body is not always right. In fact, sometimes we are totally wrong. It is easier now for me to accept what appears to be negative body language in a juror. Crossed arms do not always mean the juror is not accepting what you are saying. A furrowed brow may not mean what I think either. Sari teaches with energy and enthusiasm, and she is such a pleasure to work with."
"After 25 years of picking juries and trying cases, I hired Sari to take my work to a new and better level. Working with her proved to be both daunting and enlightening. She is insightful and blunt and I reaped great rewards working with her."
--David T. McDonald, Criminal Defense Attorney